Researchers investigating how eating habits can change throughout our lifetime say habits from childhood may be difficult to change.
Aberdeen University will now proceed with its original plan to sell the houses, which were acquired in 2008 when it bought over the Rowett Institute.
Researchers in Aberdeen are looking for volunteers to take part in a new weight loss study.
The aim of the research is to look into why people choose to eat meat. It is designed to find out what people who eat meat think are the important properties of it when they are choosing what to eat.
Meat and dairy products could be improved by thousands of bugs in cows’ stomachs that have been found by scientists using special DNA technology.
Aberdeen scientists have shown it can be possible to lower emissions while breeding cattle.
Researchers are looking for overweight men to take part in a new study to find ways to reduce the risk of people developing heart disease.
A team of Aberdeen researchers are on the hunt for poo donors.
Volunteers are being sought for a study that will measure sugar intake.
Babies who are not yet born could help Aberdeen scientists improve the health of future generations.
The team at the Rowett Institute is keen to find men and women over the age of 16 who regularly take sugar in tea or coffee, who regularly drink sugary drinks and who regularly eat sugary breakfast cereals.
North-east residents are being asked to help scientists at a university discover if snacks with higher protein are acceptable to our taste buds.
A north-east academic has received a prestigious award from an American health body.
We’ve taken a look back through our archives and found these images of the world famous Rowett Research Institute between the taken over the past few decades.
An Aberdeen university is looking for women to take part in a new study about diet.
Free breakfasts are being given to volunteers taking part in a new study to find out if eating more food earlier in the day can help you lose weight.
Researchers are on the look out for people with a sweet tooth to take part in a dietary study.
Scientists have discovered a new way to treat diabetes.
Aberdeen researchers are seeking diabetic volunteers for a new study.
Aberdeen scientists are looking for volunteers to eat mackerel as they investigate whether consuming the fish could improve the health of South Asian diabetics.